Residual chlorine causes the water to taste bitter and threatens the survival of intestinal microorganisms when entered into our body resulting in a decrease in immunity. The harmful active oxygen increases as the redox potential of water rise, causing hair and skin metabolism to become obstructive. The oxidative power of residual chlorine can quickly destroy vitamin C and reduce enzyme activities in the body. Experts at atopic dermatologists point out that showering with tap water can cause atopic dermatitis to deteriorate. In warm water can widen the skin pores and absorb residual chlorine into sensitive skin while souring. This can lead to dry skin, rashes, and itching. According to a study published by the American Chemical Society, “showering with water containing hazardous substances is more dangerous than drinking it.” Carcinogenicity increases by 3 to 4 times during the shower as we absorb chlorine through skin and inhalation than bathing in an enclosed space such as the bathroom.
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Features of Biocera Vita Fruit Shower Filter
Tap water turns yellow when O-Tolidine solution is added. The tap water turns transparent when Biocera Fruit Vita Shower Softener is added.
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